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Trees in Breeze
You can see an earlier version HERE.
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October 28, 2016 at 08:38AM
This Too; A Gift
I had a wild hair this morning. I decided to paint big, and I decided to pull out a sheet of hot press paper. If you haven't tried hot press paper, it's super smooth think poster board (priced like watercolor paper), and it handles the water and paint completely differently. Watercolor artists say that hot press should allow me to paint wet in wet, one layer, easy lifting, with lots of intense color. Maybe I'm doing something wrong? I couldn't get intense color at all with just watercolor, and then started to journey into opaque watercolor, and finally crayon.
Too many colors to even list!
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October 20, 2016 at 04:05PM
One Yellow Tree
This started as a pure watercolor on 140 lb Fabriano on cold press paper, but it wasn't very interesting. Watercolors are: quin violet, prussian blue, van dyck brown and indian yellow. It was really boring. So I went back in with a lot of crayon. I think the only place you can see the original watercolor is in the one tree left standing.
Hope your fall is beautiful
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October 15, 2016 at 01:27PM
Is a watercolor artist that lives in Cincinnati, OH. This is a combination of instagram posts and blogger posts.